Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by TroyC, Aug 8, 2018.
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Top row, the first 4 are 90% silver (current melt value is $5.57 each)
and the '67 is 40% silver (current melt value is $2.28)
If you sell them, expect to be paid +/- 80% to 90% of melt value
The value of silver is constantly changing.
You can find the most current values of silver coins here:
All of the bottom row are clad and worth face value.
You said that well. I was too lazy to type it all out.
@rickmp other than welcome!
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